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Glamorgan Boys on Foreign Fields

The Chevrolet Warriors have won three out of five games with one no result to sit joint top of the group table at the half way stage, as the List A games take a break ahead of their RamSlam T20 competition beginning. Jacques Rudolph’s Titans, where he is coaching this winter at his home town club, recovered from an early …

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Glamorgan Remembers

This section of the official website of Glamorgan CCC is a commemoration of the contribution made by members of the cricketing community of Wales during the First and Second World War. “Glamorgan Remembers” recalls the activities by the professional and amateur cricketers from the Principality whilst they were on active service for King and Country, and attempts to ensure that …

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Bayliss keeping the faith

Despite a valiant rearguard action led by Adil Rashid, England slipped to a 178-run defeat in the closing stages in Dubai and must now win the final Test in the United Arab Emirates to salvage a series draw. But Bayliss insists his side have shown plenty of reason to believe they can do just that already on tour. “It was …

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Liam Dawson and Mark Footitt called up to the EPP

Dawson will attend the two and a half-week long batting and spin camp in Dubai starting on November 11th, while Footitt will become the eighth member of the fast bowling group due to travel to South Africa on the same date to take part in a ten-day training camp in Potchefstroom. From South Africa, Footitt and the rest of the …

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Young people shine at The Prince’s Trust Cymru Truth About Youth Awards

Since the initiative began in December 2012, The Prince’s Trust Cymru has run 24 employability programmes in partnership with 17 partner organisations in the Swansea, Cardiff and Wrexham areas. Truth About Youth was designed to help unemployed young people access skills training and prepare them for the world of work. Over three years, young people gained experience and job opportunities …

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Epic England Rearguard Effort Falls Short

England came within 6.3 overs of saving the match only for Yasir Shah to finally finish them off when he took the wicket of Adil Rashid. The Yorkshireman faced 172 balls and batted for almost four hours to take the game into the final half hour of the day, scoring his maiden half-century, to re-create a defiance reminiscent of the …

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England dream of great escape Root

Pakistan’s post-lunch declaration left England needing to face 144 overs to save the Test – a feat no team has ever managed before in Asia – with a world-record fourth-innings pursuit of 491 further back in their minds. The size of that task grew further when openers Moeen Ali and Alastair Cook departed inside the opening 10 overs, the skipper …

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England fight to save 2nd Test

Wahab Riaz was the architect of England’s demise as he produced a tireless nine-over spell at the start of the day which prompted a collapse that saw Alastair Cook’s side lose their final seven wickets for 36 runs and, most significantly, concede a 136-run first-innings lead. Pakistan had extended that advantage to 358 runs by stumps – the score 222 …

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"Glamorgan Remembers": 7.30pm, Nov 11th – CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket

The event, which starts at 7.30pm will comprise a series of talks by a group of speakers looking back to events a hundred years ago, and in particular what took place in Gallipoli during 1915. The evening, which is being staged in conjunction with The Royal British Legion, will start with a short talk by Dr. Andrew Hignell, the Curator …

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"Glamorgan Remembers" – Nov 11th in the cc4 Museum of Welsh Cricket

The event, which starts at 7.30pm will comprise a series of talks by a group of speakers looking back to events a hundred years ago, and in particular what took place in Gallipoli during 1915. The evening, which is being staged in conjunction with The Royal British Legion, will start with a short talk by Dr. Andrew Hignell, the Curator …

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